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Longtime Actress Dies From Complications Related…

The actress was best known for voice-over work on "The Yogi Bear Show," as well as live-action TV appearances on "Dragnet" and "Leave It to Beaver."

Face Masks Recommended, But Trump Says He Won't…

President Trump has announced new federal guidelines recommending that Americans wear face coverings when in public.

FDA Demands Popular Medication Be Pulled From…

A deadly side effect has prompted the FDA to demand companies pull all forms of the drug from the market as soon as possible.

Doctor, Husband Murdered At University's Arboretum

The University of Wisconsin, Madison's police force has opened what it says is its first murder case in "a very long time."

The Latest: Bangladesh reports 2 more deaths, 9…

Bangladesh has reported two more deaths and nine more cases of infection from the new coronavirus

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President Trump Has A New Favorite Network

Fox apparently isn't enough. Amid coronavirus crisis, the president is reportedly leaning on a new media friend.

Remembering Maya Angelou (Saturday, April 4th)

Remembering Maya Angelou Marguerite Annie Johnson was born on April 4, 1928, and died on May 28, 2014. Here are five facts in honor of the poet. 1. Angelou was the second poet in history to read a poem at a presidential inauguration. 2. She worked with both Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X. 3. She was named Wake Forest University's first Reynolds Professor of American Studies in 1982. 4. Angelou was the first black woman to conduct a streetcar in San Francisco. 5. Prior to becoming a poet, she was in an opera, ‘Porgy and Bess,’ and a journalist. Happy Birthday, Maya Angelou!

What You Need To Do To Get Your Government…

The IRS and the Treasury Department say Americans will start receiving their economic impact checks within the next few weeks.

CDC: Yes, You Should Wear a Cloth Mask

The CDC is shifting course and recommending that everybody wear simple cloth masks while out in public. President Trump made the announcement at his Friday coronavirus briefing, reports the New York Times . Trump stressed that high-grade N95 masks should be reserved for health care workers. He also said the guidance...

Trump Advises Voluntary Mask For Americans, Says…

The U.S. government is now recommending Americans wear cloth face coverings. Reuters is reporting that the recommendation is still on a voluntary basis, though. The suggestion has been offered as a way to stem the spread of the coronavirus. However, quickly after the recommendation, Trump added that he himself would not use one. Trump then stressed that the new recommendation should not be seen as replacing social distancing. Distancing measures are considered key to slowing the outbreak. Coronavirus has now claimed more lives in New York state than the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.

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NY Governor To Order Redistribution Of Ventilators

The governor said private hospitals and other institutions will either get the seized equipment back or be reimbursed for it.

Coronavirus delaying government operations

Geoff Cornish has the latest on COVID-19 headlines, and Jonathan Petramala explains how flooding will leave certain states fighting two battles at once.

Selah And The Spades

Trailer for 'Selah and The Spades' starring Jesse Williams, Lovie Simone, Ana Mulvoy Ten, Jharrel Jerome, Evan Roe

Bus Driver Dies After Posting Video About…

A Detroit bus driver who posted a video less than two weeks ago warning everyone to take the coronavirus seriously has died of COVID-19. Mayor Mike Duggan announced Jason Hargrove's death Thursday, the Guardian reports. "Everyone in Detroit and everybody in America should watch" Hargrove's Facebook video , Duggan said. "I...

African elite who once sought treatment abroad…

The coronavirus could narrow one gaping inequality in Africa, where heads of state and other elite jet off to Europe or Asia for health care unavailable in their own nations

Many Supermassive Stars May Have Eaten Their…

Scientists have long struggled to explain how the supermassive stars that created supermassive black holes got so big in the first place.

Happy Birthday, Pharrell Williams! (Sunday, April…

Happy Birthday, Pharrell Williams! Pharrell Lanscilo Williams turns 47 years old today. Here are five fun facts about the producer. 1. He released the first 24-hour music video for "Happy." 2. Pharrell got his nickname, Skateboard P, in high school. 3. His debut solo single, “Frontin,” was the 34th best-selling song of 2003 in the U.S. 4. The Neptunes were discovered by Teddy Riley after entering a high school talent show. 5. He plays the drums and keyboard. Happy Birthday, Pharrell Williams!

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18-Year-Old Arrested in College Slayings

A suspect is in custody in the slayings of a couple found this week at the University of Wisconsin-Madison's arboretum. Khari Sanford, 18, faces two counts of first-degree murder, the school's police chief said. Dr. Beth Potter, 52, and her husband, Robin Carre, 57, were killed. Chief Kristen Roman said...

French Coronavirus Cases Jump After Including…

The number of people who have died from the COVID-19 illness in France has jumped. The jump was by 61% over two days after data from nursing homes were included in the stats. Confirmed cases also jumped by 44% to 82,165, according to reports at Reuters. This makes France the fifth country to report more cases than China. The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in hospitals rose by 5,233, or 9%, to 64,338 on Friday. French hospitals also set a new daily death record of 588, an increase of 13% to 5,091. Many country's stats do not include people who have died in nursing homes in their sick or death tally.